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New Year, New Box

Hi Neighbors!

Time for a new giveaway box!  This will be called our New Year New Box!  Here is what we are going to start with in our box!

1. A Satsuma Orange Sugar Scrub -




2. Warm Spice Cake Wax Melts - Yummy smelling by the way!





How is that for a start?  Wait until you see what else we are going to add!  Keep coming back and we will add more items and more ways to enter.  Main entry?  Leave a comment telling me something you are going to change this year.

Thanks for stopping in.  See you soon!





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Comments

Jennifer Wilson said…
I'm going to change my marital status this year -- does that count? I'm getting married in May! :) Haven't had time to think about a new year / new goals between wedding planning, trying to start a business, and remodeling a fixer upper I inherited.
Nancy said…
I am eating a lot more vegetables this year.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Marisa said…
I'm going to make incremental changes to live healthier overall.
Marti Tabora said…
I am going to try my best to change some decor and furnishings in my home. I have had the same old stuff for years and it's time for a change.
Marti Tabora said…
I shared on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/marti.tabora/posts/917319144958491
DEBIJOT said…
I am going to change my diet and exercise routine for the better.
Joanne said…
I am going to chill out a bit this year! Deep breaths, shoulders relaxed!
andrea v said…
I'm going to drink more water and eat healthier.
Jackie said…
I am going to take a little time for myself to read more. There are so many books I want to read, but don't take the time to do it.
Thank you!
Connie Sowards said…
CONNIE = Rose

I'm changing how often I go through the stuff in my house and decide to donate or trash items we no longer use. I think seasonally would be good...every three months. That way it doesn't accumulate too much and I don't feel like I'm always doing it.
Connie Sowards said…
I shared on Google + at 9:52pm
Angie Bailey said…
This year I want to change my eating and exercise habits and eat healthier and exercise more, plus maybe get a little more sunlight. :) (Eigna Yeliab)
Anonymous said…
I will find a great employment opportunity and succeed in it.
Anonymous said…
I will find a great job and enjoy going to work everyday.
jodi said…
This year I will be getting married. I also plan to exercise more, eat healthier and becoming more organized
jerseygirl137 said…
I am going to get more organized this year.
pmj said…
Be more productive this year!
heymissvirginia said…
I am going to try to cut out the soda this year.
heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com
Sean C said…
I'm going to try to read more books. At least one on a monthly basis.
Alina said…
Drink more water and have maintained it since the beginning of the year. Minimum one gallon daily.
Darlene said…
I am going to change how much I weigh, hopefully
Dawn said…
Im trying to quit smoking and reduce stress this year.
Courtnie said…
I am going to try to have more motivation this year.
Kathy Davis said…
I am going to change my attitude about diet and exercise, and try to be more realistic.
Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net

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